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sunraysonmyskin·12 days agoText




who the FUCK is out there trying to make you believe the best 4 years of your life are in college??? Same punks trying to pretend those “best years” were in high school. That’s complete fucking nonsense. You don’t get your best years until your late 40s. At least 6 of em are saved for after retirement. Fuck offf

thank you, people keep telling me I’m supposed to be having the best time of my life right now in college and it’s making me terrified for what the rest of my life will be like if this wreck is my high point

what the actual fuck, babe your 20s are for therapy & recovering from trauma. 

im not kidding ok, your 20s are Adolescence 2.0. in essence. Young adulthood is about re-playing the mario level until you finally get around all those stupid fucking levitating bricks. it’s about working through old shit until you’re free to move on to a new level. your college and post-college years are not the best time of your life, they are you putting in the hours battling pokemon in the grass so you can move on to the gym leaders. 

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sunraysonmyskin·23 days agoPhoto



Ten Major Artists:

Wong Wong & Lu Lu

Wong Wong & Lulu

Pepper gazing into the mirror before a self-portrait

Pepper examining himself before commencing a self-portrait

Pepper painting his self-portrait

Pepper’s self-portrait


Tiger the spontaneous reductionist

Misty in action

Misty goes off the wall

Minnie: abstract expressionist

Minnie, the abstract expressionist

Minnies finished work

Minnie’s Reindeer in Provence, 1992.

Smokey contemplating

Smokey painting after an hour in the catnip patch

Smokey painting after an hour in the catnip patch

Smokey at work

Ginger's 'Stripped Bare Birds', 1992.

Ginger’s Stripped Bare Birds, 1992.

Princess' 'Regularly Ridiculed Rodents', 1993.

Princess, the elemental fragmentist

Charlie the peripheral realist

Charlie, the peripheral realist

this literally makes me so happy

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sunraysonmyskin·a month agoText

Traveling far was impossible this year. I was looking forward to going to Portugal and a friend who I haven’t seen in a year was about to visit from the US when the lockdowns happened.

One thing I do appreciate from it is that everything became kind of slower, like no one expects you to do much and going to classes now means getting to my desk and opening my laptop.

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sunraysonmyskin·2 months agoText









oh it totally does, but you can’t hear it because space is a vacuum and sound can’t travel through a vacuum! 

and that’s a good thing, 

because the roar of the sun would clock in at around 120db heard from earth, about the equivalent to having a train’s horn go off three feet from your face. 

constantly. all the time, even at NIGHT. there would be no escape.

this is simply terrifying. how do you erase knowledge please ?

NASA actually recorded the sun, if you want to hear it:

And they recorded the planets too:

so, the sun and the earth sound about how i would’ve expected, and a lot of other planets just make strong wind sounds which is perfectly reasonable but venus sounds like pure dread?!?! WHY IS SATURN SCREAMING?!? pluto isn’t bad and is actually kinda nice but it’s very strange to me too like Why Does It Do That. jupiter is super chill 10/10. pluto and jupiter need to collab i would buy that album

oh, fuck, guys, you know what this means? it means the ancient world was right about the music of the spheres. 











i can hear these photos and i don’t like it

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sunraysonmyskin·2 months agoText


Someone: *treats me badly*

Me: *forgives them immediately*

Me 2 weeks later, eyes snapping open at 3 am: you know what?? I’m mad at you.

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sunraysonmyskin·2 months agoVideo







I’ve finally managed to make a vine compilation short enough that Tumblr will let me post it!

I thought it wasn’t possible to crack an egg in your palm like that how to fuck did he

This is a good one 12/10

this is legit my favorite vine compilation ever, i’m crying

This is probably the only vine compilation where I liked every single vine represented.

I needed this so much today

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sunraysonmyskin·2 months agoPhoto


In Busan, there’s a Little Prince themed alley right by Bookstore Alley and  it’s a staircase full of stars and pastel goodness.    ig: colormecosmic

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sunraysonmyskin·2 months agoVideo


“Sandra the orangutan started to clean her enclosure and wash her hands after observing her caretakers do the same thing” 


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sunraysonmyskin·2 months agoPhoto



the tenderness…. 

the whole quote is very heartwarming:

“And we are not the only animal that has to teach our young. Old lobsters show their migration routes to young ones by holding claws, the way we hold hands, and walking the long miles together. A kitten without a mother to teach her may not ever learn to hunt small mammals. Such cats will let mice run all over them—though once they are shown, they never forget. A bee coming home from her first pollen run will be stroked all over by the other bees in praise and encouragement, even though she’s probably carrying only one-tenth of what she will learn to in a few weeks. Beavers held in captivity without flowing water don’t know how to make dams—that knowledge was passed down through the generations until humans interrupted their process of enculturation.”

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sunraysonmyskin·2 months agoText


being tired all the time is such a mystery…. is it anaemia? vitamin d deficiency? chronic fatigue syndrome? depression? insomnia?? is it just the crushing weight of being alive in a capitalist society??? someone cure me

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sunraysonmyskin·2 months agoText


she asked me if i believed in god and i told her that when i was four i almost drowned in a public pool and in my panic mistook a stranger for my father. i clawed my way up his leg. four years later he’d send my parents a picture of the scars alongside a tin of cookies. he said, “i hope she’s still okay. i carry her with me. it isn’t every day you save a life. it isn’t every day you feel like you were here for a reason. when it does happen, you have to cherish that memory. for once, i had a purpose. just being there was enough. she tore me open but she taught me a lot about love.”

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